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Welcome to the MS/HS Library!

More than books and computers!

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  •     MS Spring  Scholastic Book Fair - Coming in March! 

        When: March 5-9, 2018        

        Where:MS/HS Library

        Hours:M-W-F 8:00 am - 3:25 pm (Closed during HS Advisory/Literacy & 7th hour)

        T & Th 8:00 am to 2:25 and 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm (During Parent/Teacher Conferences)

  • To access the online Iowa Department of Transportation's Driver's Manual and practice tests, please click  
  • Rubik's Cubes are now available for check out from the Library!!
  • There are four new Rubik’s Cube in the library available for check out. They are the megaminx, 5x5, and two other unique cubes. There are now several 3x3 and one 2x2 Rubik’s Cubes available in the LMC to be checked out for student use-the Rubik’s Cube may be checked out for one class period, then returned to the library, at the desk. Students interested in Rubik’s Cubes competitions should see Mrs. Scott or Ms. Rowe.


  • QR Codes are in our library! 

        QR codes on our library books are be linked to YouTube book trailers, author interviews, or additional information about the subject or author of the book. Not all of the library's books have QR Codes, but most new books do have them. QR codes are in one of two places on a library book; the lower right hand corner on the front cover of the book, or the lower left hand corner on the back cover of the book.  There is a colored star at the top of the spine indicating it has a QR code. That way, if the book is shelved, you will know that it has a QR code.


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Websites for Students and Teachers:

Try out the new Clarke MS/HS Library Symbaloo for websites! 

 Information and links to those websites are also below.

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Alexandria Researcher-Online Catalog-search the MS/HS catalog by author, title, subject, call number, key word, series, eBook, most popular, what's new and award winners to find the book you are looking for! 

Lexile.com - type in the title of your book, and find the Lexile level.

AR Bookfinder - type in the title of your book and find the AR Level and points.

Don't know what to read next? Try one of the sites below...

Abookandahug.com-a book recommendation site for Elementary through High School students

Guys Read- books for guys to read.

60second Recap - 60second Recap® brings classic literature to life with short videos that explain critical points for discussion and understanding, including plot, themes, characters, symbols, and more. The site's 600+ videos have helped high school students and teachers around the world with reading comprehension, essay-writing, and understanding of key literary terms.

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             Directions for MackinVIA and FollettShelf

 Inserted Image- Fiction and Nonfiction  eBooks.  Use the Iowa AEA Online  Resources  username and password  for the MS/HS. Then, click on the backpack and create your own account.

 FolletShelf-MS/HS Fiction and  Nonfiction eBooks. See Mrs. Wiley for your own username and password.

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 Project Gutenberg offers over  42,000 free  ebooks: choose among  free epub books,  freekindle books,  download them or read  them online.


Other Resources: 

Iowa AEA Online Resources-See Mrs. Wiley for username and password, if needed

The OWL at Purdue - Online Writing Lab

Green Hills AEA 

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Des Moines Register

Osceola Sentinel-Tribune

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WILBOR- Check out an eBook or Audio book for FREE on your Windows/Mac  laptop or desktop computer, Android  phone, Blackberry or iPod, iPad,  iPhone, Nook or Kindle, etc., using  your public library card number.


Inserted Image Public Libraries:            

 Osceola Public Library

 Indianola Public Library

 Des Moines Public Library

Library Hours:


7:45 am to 3:30 pm

Closed unless with a teacher during HS Advisory/Literacy and 7th hour (a class is being taught in the library at this time)



The library will be closed on weekends, holidays and summer vacation.  


Mrs. Kelly Wiley, K-12 Teacher Librarian

MS/HS 7:45 am to 11:45 am  Elem. 12:00 pm-3:45 pm Monday-Friday